Iroquois County Sheriff's Office police blotter (Jan. 28, 2013)

WATSEKA — The Iroquois County Sheriff’s Office released the following list of recent activity:

— Dustin J. Marshall, 37, of Cissna Park, was arrested Jan. 26 for domestic battery following a physical altercation with his brother.

— Allen J. Kilgore, 23, of Sheldon, was arrested by Sheldon police on Jan. 26 for domestic battery following a physical altercation with his mother.

— No injuries were reported and no tickets issued following a single-vehicle accident on Jan. 25 west of Gilman. The accident occurred at the intersection of county roads 500 East and 1900 North, when Wendy K. Savoie, 41, of Gilman, was driving south on 500 East and was approaching a stop sign at the intersection. She told police that as she applied the brake, her foot slipped off the brake and hit the gas, causing her to accelerate through the intersection. The vehicle then entered a ditch, causing an estimated $500 to $1,500 in damage to her vehicle.

— No injuries were reported and no tickets issued following a single-vehicle accident Jan. 27 west of Milford. The accident occurred on County Road 1200 North, near the intersection with 1980 East, when Kenneth R. Trumann, 38, of Milford, was driving east on 1200 North and drove across an icy section of the road. His vehicle began to slide out of control, entering a ditch and striking a mailbox post. Damages were estimated at more than $1,500.

— No injuries were reported and no tickets issued following a single-vehicle accident Jan. 27 west of Milford. The accident occurred on County Road 2300 East near 1170 North, when David R. Hoard, 62, of Bronson, Mich., was driving north on 2300 East in a semi-trailer. His semi drifted off the road to the east and entered a ditch, where it overturned on its passenger side. Damages were estimated at more than $1,500.

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